226 Keepers of time with metallic rods ,,. 579 Time-keepers ... ... 479 Blacksmiths ... .., 3,736 Goldsmiths ... ... 8,775 Having taken muster, in this fashion, Rajabhuvara commanded that all his elephants should be led before him for investing them with armour and the weapons. The following were led before him in obedience to his order.* When the elephants were thus brought before him, he had them invested with armour, weapons, and howdahs, in which were placed bows and arrows. In addition to these animals, he caused to be led (before him^ 1,000 elephants for bearing standards, 2,000 for carrying jajayis and 3,000 for carrying guns. Then he alighted with the holders of seventy-two kinds ofniyogas and troops in a camp which extended breadthwise for eighty miles from the banks of the Tungabhadra to those of the Krsna* Eajabhuvara took up his quarters between the villages of Tavaragere and Kpsnagiri. On the other side, Nizam Saha Bhairy Padusaha, the lord of the throne of Daulatabad, crossed the river, Bhimarathi, and pitched his tents outside Sultanpur alias Ferozabad. Akhabara Jalavudinu Padusaha halted outside the fort, Wahib Eahimbal Kutupu Saha lay encamped with his army between Mudgal and Kaicur in Telingana. Imam-ul-mulk, the king of Varhad, as well as All! Yadula Saha Padusaha, the lord of the throne of Bijapur, marched with their respective armies and halted at the fort of Jamalghar on the Krsrta.f The armies of the Mnssalman kings were seen everywhere. Crowds of foot-soldiers, Pindaris, arrow-makers, with the * A long list of the names of elephants found in the text (pp. 277-78) is not included in thft translation, as it is of no value. f ««Vaheebrahim Cootbood Snafc Padrfia of Terlinga encamped together with ABo* Adil Shah of Beejapore near Jamalgud on the bank of * Kiatna River * and no m*n- &*. U thi» oo»t*xt is made of Immmanamutt."— Z 0. M.t p, 195.